Oh my goodness that was 3:30 minutes of my life I can't get back.
What the heck.... I was just in a store the other day and they were playing IIDY, I was like where did they go..... That song was what made me like them in the first place.......
Sad to think she changed her whole look for what...... Really....
The intro and background beat are not that bad. The sad thing, for me, is that it might actually work better without the lyric and the vocal delivery. The song itself, I'm afraid, seems too weak for a lead release. It lacks depth or any really interest. All that lah-ah-ight and tah-ah-ight repetition sounds a bit too empty of ideas. But the really sad thing is that Kimberly just doesn't seem able to add any real presence or conviction to what I found a rather jerky and unmemorable delivery. And I really hate saying that - because she's proved on other occasions that she can add real interest and character to a song. I can nearly always support (even if I don't always personally enjoy) artists who want to try something new. But in this case, I have to reluctantly say that she, in particular, seems to be throwing away something she's shown a real talent for, in favour of something that gives her no real scope to shine.
Last edited by Farawayhills; 4 Weeks Ago at 01:57 PM.
She looks like she is enjoying the music better than when they were country. It wasn't my taste but not as bad as I thought
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Farawayhills, you hit it right on the head about Kimberly and it saddens me to, because I thought so much of her as a young great vocal talent, and she added so much to TBP..
Even the tribute song GOMM for Glenn Campbell just melts my heart because she adds such passion and character to the song.......
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